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2022 Awards Logo 01Celebrate the best in business!

Each year the Parksville & District Chamber of Commerce hosts a gala awards ceremony for the Business Achievement Awards.  This year, the awards will be held on June 15th, 2023 at the Arbutus Meadows Farm, Nanoose Bay. Chamber members, businesses, individuals and community leaders gather at the awards ceremony to honour the award recipients and to enjoy networking, drinks, dinner and a celebration of our business community. TICKETS are on sale now! Call the Chamber office at 250-248-3613 to purchase your tickets. $75 pp includes buffet dinner catered by Masters Touch Catering. 

The Business Awards are an opportunity to recognize and honour businesses and individuals that have made outstanding contributions to our community over the past year. There are eight awards in total, each with specific criteria. 

Congratulations to our finalists. 

Small Business of the Year

  • Bumblebaby Boutique
  • M&N Mattress & Sofa
  • Sweet Spot Bake Shop

Service Excellence

  • Galloway Brothers Construction
  • Headmasters Salon
  • Tablet Pharmacy

Tourism & Hospitality – Destination PQB

  • Karim Mohammadi
  • North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre
  • Sunrise Ridge Waterfront Resort

Not for Profit of the Year

  • Community Futures Central Island
  • Parksville Beach Festival Society
  • Society of Organized Services - District 69

Citizen of the Year - Community Spirit

  • Lloyd Derry
  • Cheryl Dill
  • Robert Van Pelt

Outstanding Workplace: Employer of the Year

  • Current Millwork
  • Island Surf Company
  • Osprey Electric

Large Business of the Year

  • Bellevue Veterinary Hospital
  • Current Millwork
  • Yates Memorial Services


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The Parksville & District Chamber of Commerce (P&DCC) is pleased to announce the opening of their new fulfillment centre, DELVI, Deliver Vancouver Island, which will serve small and medium businesses as their online sales, warehouse, and distribution solution. The nearly 20 thousand square foot location at 1210 Industrial Way will serve as the temporary facility while the new centre is being planned and built in 2023. This project was developed by Oceanside Initiatives, the economic development function of the P&DCC and a recipient of a Community Economic Recovery Infrastructure Program grant in the amount of $620K, awarded by the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development.

MLA Adam Walker says, “The opening of this temporary fulfillment centre while work continues towards building the permanent centre is a positive step in supporting business owners who’ve had to shift and adapt to our new circumstances and change how they deliver goods as a result of the pandemic. Our government invested $620,000 in this Micro-fulfillment Centre because we understand it will help lower shipping costs for businesses and provide storage and processing space so people can spend less time on administrative processes and more time creating new products and growing their business.”



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